by Linda Howard
But there’s no talking back when your dad is the town’s top cop. And there’ s no turning back when night falls just as Gabriel arrives–and discovers that the weather outside isn’t the only thing that’s frightful. Spotting strangers in Lolly’ s home–one of them packing a weapon–is all it takes to kick Gabriel into combat mode. And his stealth training is all he needs to extract Lolly from the house without alerting her captors. But when the escape is discovered, the heat–and the hunt–are on. And the winter woods are nowhere to be once the ice storm touches down, dropping trees, blocking roads, and trapping the fleeing pair in the freezing dark.
Ice was pretty much like an exciting action/thriller and romance movie. While the beginning of the book was kind of slow to start up, once our couple gets trapped in the ice storm on the mountain, the action just kept moving forward. This isn't a mystery or anything, really just a suspense and thriller that takes place throughout the night in an ice storm, with danger lurking everywhere in the form of mother nature as well as human.
Character development was sorely lacking, but I still found that I liked the main hero and heroine enough. I wish we could have delved more into the relationship between Lolly and Gabe, because the ending of the book seems rather abrupt.
Nonetheless, this was a rather exciting and entertaining read, even if not my favorite of Linda Howard's work.
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